Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses strong magnets, radio waves (similar to those of ordinary FM radio stations), and the water in your own body to take images without any radiation. This imaging technique generates high quality and very detailed images, which can guide any treatment that you may require.
Due to MRI’s strong magnetic field, it may not be safe if you currently have or have previously had the following:
Please discuss with your doctor if any of the above applies to you.
MRI BRAIN for any of the following:
MRI CERVICAL SPINE for suspected:
MRI KNEE with:
MRI SPINE – After general x-ray of any of the following:
MRI KNEE – After general x-ray for:
MRI HIP – After general x-ray of any of the following:
MRI ELBOW – After general x-ray where:
MRI WRIST – After general x-ray where: